Marxist-Leninist

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Marxist-Leninist (comparative more Marxist-Leninist, superlative most Marxist-Leninist)

  1. Of or pertaining to Marxism-Leninism.
    • 1990, Robert Taylor, China, Japan, and the European Community, The Athlone Press (publ.), pages 30 and 31.
      Thus traditional Chinese socio-political values and too rigid an adherence to Marxist-Leninist dogma are seen as impediments to economic progress.
    She is unionised, but avoids the other steelworkers' union with a Marxist-Leninist line.

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Noun[edit]

Marxist-Leninist (plural Marxist-Leninists)

  1. An adherent of Marxism-Leninism.
    • 1963, Parti communiste de Belgique, Marxist-Leninists, unite! Resolution of the Brussels Federal Committee of the Belgian Communist Party, page 16.
      Their actions and their public attacks on Marxist-Leninists warrant a reply from us.
    • 1997, John P. Burgess, The East German Church and the End of Communism, OUP, page 12.
      This call for cooperation between Christians and Marxist-Leninists had several aspects.
    I am working class and a Marxist-Leninist.

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